Tenth Circle Hot Sauce

tenth-circle-hot-sauce-etsy-2020A 10th Circle Hot Sauce original creation that takes amazingly flavorful and complimentary ingredients, then prepares them with love, and combines them to end with what will I hope will be your new favorite Hot Sauce!

Ghost to Hell is possibly our most complex combination of flavors and ingredients, in addition to using Ghost Peppers (bhut jolokia). This delicious and multi layered sauce has flavors you will not find in other sauces on the market; from roasted pistachios, to even having a dash of pumpkin, your pallet will be delighted as the heat starts to build.

Lots of care and time goes into making our small batch Hot Sauces, and you will be able to appreciate the effort, once you try it on your favorite food!

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Dan T’s Inferno Hot Sauces

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“Dishes from Downunder… and we don’t mean Australia”    —Dan Ts

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“It began as a flicker in the eye of culinary adventurer and graphic designer Dan Taylor when he decided to get serious about a sauce recipe he’d concocted while he was in university. The sauce for chicken wings quickly became a great hit with friends and family. With the dawning knowledge that the recipe was more than just a wing sauce, Dan T’s Inferno Spiced Cayenne Sauce was born.
The name is a saucy play on Dante’s Inferno, the first book of the 13th century poem The Divine Comedy, which describes the poet Dante’s allegoric descent into hell.”    —Dant Ts

Contributed by Sally Ahlquist (Luther College, ’11) and Luisa Burnham (Middlebury College)

Dante Olive Oil

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Found at Nemo Collecting (1940s)

Contributed by Laura Chiesa

 

Dante Olive Oil featured in the Los Angeles Times on September 3, 2014:

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“An employee checks a bottle of Dante olive oil as it travels along the production line at a factory in Montesarchio, Italy. New standards proposed in California would apply only to the largest California olive growers and millers. (Alessia Pierdomenico / Bloomberg)”    —LA Times